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Grande Ville Hotel, Bangkok "Guest Reviews"

 

 


 

 

I was in Bangkok for 2 nights, had very comfortable stay at Grand Ville. Its proximity to many tourist attractions and helping & polite staff gave me full satisfaction. You can easily get buses, taxis from just stepping out of the hotel. Also, their own travel desk is quite impressive. I could not get chance to try food out there, but breakfast had many good options. We being vegetarian, it was pleasant to find a indian dhaba in walking distance. Sightseeing/Attractions Tip : I found difficulty in conversing in English with local people like taxi / tuk tuk driver, its good if you can learn some thai lang in advance, may be few important words.

From : http://www.agoda.com/asia/thailand/bangkok/grande_ville_hotel.html

 

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"Great Value for money", September 27,2009(Booked the couples)

We stayed at the Grande Ville on the first night of our honeymoon; we flew to Saigon the next day, so simply needed a cheap hotel which gave a chance to sample some of the many sights that Bangkok has to offer. I think the room cost us £24 for the night, and the cleanliness, amenities and service were all great for the price that we paid. Breakfast buffet in with the price was fine - pretty much what you get in all average SE Asian hotels...
Would definitely recommend - either for a quick stop (very close to some of Bangkok's most popular sights) or (as I saw no reasons to suggest otherwise) for a longer stay.

From : http://www.tripadvisor.com/members/Cultural_Tyke

Grande Ville is a locally owned Thai hotel. It is a about 3 star. Rooms were reasonable size but the bathroom is very small (common in SE Asia) but even a small Thai person would not fit under the shower without crouching and the shower head is fixed. There is a bar on the top floor (23rd) and it has great views over Bangkok - I spent a fabulous hour there watching an electric storm of some power blast over the city. It was so good we got the staff to turn the lights off so we could watch better.
There is a Thai Massage spa on site. But the real attraction is the location on the edge of Chinatown and within easy walking of the major attractions (palace, Wats etc) even in Bangkok steamy heat.
There is pay wifi and Internet acess. I dont recommend the tours sold in the lobby. Beaause of the location you are picked up first (0645 in our case) and the bus then winds through Bangkok to other hotels before it starts the tour.

From : http://www.tripadvisor.com/members/scoll365

 

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